Firstly the negatives, I think the cost of the accomodation should be about 30% less than it is.
After that, you could not imagine a more beautful, fun and effective place to enhance your polo game. Rod has been been a part of top flight polo forever and has a fantastic ability to ipart his skill on any and all. The horses are school horses, but school horses of a higher quality than I've experienced in the UK or in Argentina. Christian is not a coach but plays to a high standard and was a great additional team player/instructor when needed.
The atmosphere here is relaxed in the extreme. Not relaxed in the way of some Argentinian estanzas i.e. where nothing happens and you feel as though you have no capacity to make anything happen. Rather relaxed in the sense of they realise you have paid alot of money to become a better polo player, so whilst on the horse you are worked hard, but whilst off the horse the beers flow, yoga is encouraged, and you may well get some seriously hippy insights into bongo playing or fishing.
Really great time had, really great polo lessons learnt, really good friends made